About investigating divine beings

Since the beginning until today, people of all races and parts of the world are believing in different divine entities affecting their lifes and their environment – either in a relieving or an repressing way. The symbolism of the gods can be found everywhere and still is worshipped in many ways. Their myths and stories are told extensively and are deeply anchored in the common perception.

Assuming that the gods are among us again in modern times and their stories represent perceived history of our ancestors rather than just tales: how do we deal with them? How would we face them? Obeying and worshipping when necessary – but also investigating and researching with the tools and thoughts of a more and more scientific society. Tales retold, today.

Jacob ascending the Ladder (Christian God)

Jacob ascending the Ladder (Christian God)

Surveying the All-seeing Eye of God (Ra, Egyptian God)

Surveying the All-seeing Eye of God (Ra, Egyptian God)

Receiving a Fish (Poseidon, Greek God)

Receiving a Fish (Poseidon, Greek God)

Delivering the gold (The Anunnaki, Sumerian Gods)

Delivering the gold (The Anunnaki, Sumerian Gods)